City of Pittsburgh Council District 4
District 4 Newsletter | March 2013
Spring Forward!

In this issue...

You may notice my newsletter looks a little different this month. That's because my office and I have decided to move over to the built-in newsletter function on my City Council website. You will be able to view this newsletter on the District 4 website, reference past editions by visiting the archive, and easily jump to other pages to read more about my office and our work. As always, if you'd like to give us any feedback, email Adam at adam.shuck@pittsburghpa.gov. Thanks!

DISTRICT 4 NEWS

Working to make South Pittsburgh a better place, every day
Good news you don’t hear on the news
Brookline Boulevard reconstruction is underway!
We're fixing up Brownsville Road, step by step
Taste of Brookline tickets on sale
Brookline Community Center to see earlier Friday hours
Carrick High student cooking up a plan to connect alumni
Grandview Park glass and litter clean-up planned
Support Beechview--enjoy a spaghetti dinner!
Beechview Library 23rd Annual Spring Flower and Book Sale
A word about City real estate tax payment
Tell it to the TALKPGH truck!
Women Business Leaders breakfast series events
Carrick Athletic Association registration for baseball and softball
Block watches work!

HELP, WORK, DONATE, VOLUNTEER

Carrick Tree Tenders welcome you to come out for some fresh air!
Apprenticeships available
Need help preparing your taxes this year?
American Cancer Society seeks volunteers for a prevention study
Citiparks recruiting lifeguards for summer 2013
South Hills Middle School looking for volunteers
Citizens Against Litter coordinating “Spring Redd Up” clean-up event
Want to organize a spring redd-up in your neighborhood?
Citiparks BIG League Sports will need seasonal employees
Employment opportunities with the City of Pittsburgh
Meals on Wheels needs drivers and kitchen help

EVENTS

 


DISTRICT 4 NEWS

Working to make South Pittsburgh a better place, every day

  • This month I've continued to visit with our senior neighbors in District 4. Don't forget--there's an awesome program called Open Your Heart to a Senior that pairs seniors who need a ride and volunteers who can give that to them. Check out their website to learn more.
  • Have you gotten to know any of our newest neighbors, the Bhutanese refugees? Many of them live in Carrick and Overbrook, and over the past several years I’ve been meeting with various community leaders to keep up to date with them. This past month I hosted some of the refugees along with representatives from Personnel in City government to talk about improving relations between City employees and the Bhutanese refugees, hoping to push for greater mutual understanding.
  • Paving season is coming soon, with the warmer weather, and so my office has been collecting your suggestions for streets that need potholes filled or surfaces paved. Please call us at 412.255.2131 or send us a note through our website to let us know what streets we should check out. Once we collect all your suggestions, we will meet with Public Works to talk about what streets need attention the most.
  • Valcott Enterprises and the NRP Group hosted an open house at the Overbrook School to tell the community more about their plans to renovate the school into an assisted living facility and construct a new apartment building for independent senior living on the campus. The school will be renovated top to bottom and will retain many of the original architectural features, such as woodwork, terrazzo floors, and marble staircases. The NRP Group will build a new five-story independent living apartment building next door to create a full senior living campus. Additional features will include a pedestrian bridge to the closest T-station and gardens. Construction is still a year or so down the line--stay tuned for updates in future newsletters. To learn more, visit our website.
  • Adam in my office attended a “How to Appeal Your 2013 Property Assessment” information session sponsored by the law firm of Behrend & Ernsberger. Their law firm is a fantastic resource should you need help navigating this process, or legal representation in this process, and a helpful handbook they passed out is available at this link. This handbook is also available at City libraries.
  • Alex met with the folks at Columbia Gas to talk about infrastructure work that’s going to happen at the Route 51/88 interchange as part of the larger reconstruction of the intersection. Columbia will be one of several utility providers working in the area over the next few months. They will be doing work on the mainline. Saw Mill Run Boulevard will always have at least one lane open going in each direction, but there may be some detours on the side roads. Keep up-to-date with this work by checking our website.
  • Ashleigh attended the kick-off meeting for the Dairy District design process. Local stakeholders are working closely with an architectural firm to redesign storefronts and public space in the area around the Colteryahn Dairy (Brownsville Road at East/West Meyers). The design process will continue over the next few months, and we’ll be sure to announce any public meetings on our website and through my Twitter account.
  • And all the rest... a Carnegie Library Board of Trustees meeting... Meetings with various developers... Several housing court hearings to keep an eye on troublesome properties... A meeting organized by Penn-DOT to talk about critical transportation needs in our region... A meeting with Umoja African Arts to discuss their upcoming African Arts festival...

Good news you don’t hear on the news

On March 12 we honored two UPMC employees who were fired for discussing forming a union, Frank Lavelle and Ron Oakes. Recently, the National Labor Relations Board filed over 80 charges of alleged violations of the Federal Labor Law against UPMC executives and managers. Some of the charges include workers being fired, unfairly disciplined, surveilled, and silenced after they talked about unionizing with their co-workers. UPMC eventually conceded, agreeing to obey the law and to respect the rights of workers to form a union free from harassment and intimidation. They are the largest healthcare system in the City, and also the largest recipient of tax-payer supported charitable tax-exemptions, and they have a responsibility to our community to live up to our shared economic values. Our City is one with a rich history of working people standing together to form unions in order to create good, family-sustaining jobs to build our middle class.  Read the proclamation here

Each year, all over the world, people celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8 to mark the economic, political, and social achievements of women. I recognized this international day with a proclamation--you can read it here.

Cynthia Maleski is the national president of the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association, and she was recently named the 2013 Fraternal Societies of Greater Pittsburgh’s Fraternalist of the Year! She will be recognized for her active leadership and contributions to the fraternal community at a banquet on March 16. We were able to present a proclamation from City Council to her daughter to celebrate her on this recognition. Read the proclamation at this link.

On March 13, I had the pleasure of welcoming DeVon, a student at University Prep, to City Council. He was taking part in YouthWorks' job shadow program. For most of the morning, he sat in on the Council committee meeting, he chatted with my staff about their day-to-day work, and he and I talked about his plans for his future. Here we are in front of Council chambers!

Brookline Boulevard reconstruction is underway!

The much-anticipated Brookline Boulevard reconstruction is underway! Follow this link for the March schedule of construction work. For the month of March, the contractors will be working on the business district from Pioneer Avenue to Castlegate, and from Flatbush to Stebbins. Contractors are tearing out the old sidewalk and will be replacing it. As you have probably seen, there are some parking restrictions due to this work. In a meeting with the contractors, I learned that they are indeed trying their best to keep the disruptions to our neighborhood to a minimum. The most important thing that you can do during this time is to keep shopping at our local businesses! They are staying open during this construction work, and they need your support now more than ever!

We're fixing up Brownsville Road, step by step

We all know Brownsville Road needs a lot of work to bring it to its full potential. I am so excited to talk about its possibilities and to hear from you what you envision. Join us for an open house community session where you can share your thoughts and ideas on how to make the Brownsville Road corridor more connected and an even better place to be. This will be held on Monday, March 25 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Carrick High School gymnasium at 125 Parkfield Street.

The URA’s Streetface Program is providing a matching grant for facade improvements for businesses in the Colteryahn Dairy District and the Sankey Avenue district along Brownsville Road. Business owners can apply for up to $30,000 in a matching grant to assist with exterior improvements. This is an exciting expansion of the grant program, and it adds up to another bit of momentum that South Pittsburgh is experiencing. If you have any questions about the grant program, contact my office at 412.255.2131.

Are you concerned about speeding along a certain stretch of Brownsville Road? Does a specific intersection need better lighting? How often have you contacted 311 or 911 during the summer because of an issue on Brownsville Road? Is there something specific you’d like to see done? Tell CTAC in this online survey. The results of this survey will help my office, law enforcement, and the Carrick-Overbrook Block Watch understand what your top public safety issues are.

Taste of Brookline tickets on sale

Spring is a great time to show off Brookline! Just like last year, the folks at Taste of Brookline, and all the participating businesses, will bring you local food, drink, music, and camaraderie: this year it will take place on Sunday April 28 between 2-5pm at the Church of the Resurrection gymnasium, 1100 Creedmoor Ave. Follow their updates on Facebook as the planning continues. Tickets are $30 and are available on their website and at the following locations:


A-Boss Optical
938 Brookline Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
(412) 561-0811

Cannon Coffee
802 Brookline Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
(412) 563-0202

Kribel's Bakery
546 Brookline Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
(412) 531-1942

Brookline Community Center to see earlier Friday hours

Starting at the end of February, the Brookline Community Center is now open on Fridays at 9:00 a.m. instead of 1:00 p.m. to allow for residents to put in some early morning exercise! The City is sticking with this test schedule through Friday, May 3, 2013 in order to see how popular Friday mornings are. If you have any questions, contact my office at 412.255.2131.

Carrick High student cooking up a plan to connect alumni

Katelynn Lucchino is a tenth grader at Carrick High School and is taking on a meaningful project for the community--she is creating the Carrick High Cookbook! If you or anyone in your family is an alum, a teacher or staff member, or a current student, send her your favorite recipe, anything from salads to desserts! The profits of the sale of this cookbook will be donated to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. To contribute your recipe to the cookbook, email Katelynn at katie.marie412@aol.com or mail them directly to Carrick High School at 125 Parkfield Street, Pittsburgh PA 15210 Attn: Ms. Canovali. Whether you’re an alum or someone in your family is an alum, be sure to include the name, year graduated, and information important to the recipe: the name of the dish, how many it serves, prep time, cook time, ingredients, and directions. Please send Katelynn your recipes by the last week of March.

Grandview Park glass and litter clean-up planned

On Saturday April 13, join the Friends of Grandview Park for a clean-up focusing on litter and glass along the trails and in the park. Meet at the bandstand at the overlook at 499 Bailey Avenue between 9:00 and 9:15 a.m. Bags and buckets will be provided, but be sure to bring gloves with you! The Friends of Grandview Park plan to stay until around 11:00 a.m. For more information, email grandviewparkfriends@gmail.com.

Support Beechview--enjoy a spaghetti dinner!

Mangia! Community Leaders United for Beechview (CLUB) are hosting a Spaghetti Warehouse dinner on Friday, April 12 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Beechview Senior Center at 1555 Beechview Avenue. Your dinner includes spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, roll, and a beverage, and donated desserts will be available for purchase. Your ticket purchase ($10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under) will support CLUB’s efforts in the community. Tickets will be available at the door or for advance purchase at the Beechview Senior Center, BREW on Broadway, the Beechview Library, ESB Bank, and the IGA Market. Proceeds will go toward ongoing efforts to make Beechview a great place, including funding a community newsletter. For more information, or tickets, call 412.341.8768 or email beechviewCLUB@gmail.com.

Beechview Library 23rd Annual Spring Flower and Book Sale

Spring is approaching, and that means the Beechview Library Flower and Book Sale is too! This year’s sale is on Saturday, May 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and it’s the 23rd annual--help keep this tradition alive by placing your order for flowers, potted plants, hanging baskets, or vegetables. Order forms may be picked up at the Beechview Library. Options this year include:

Begonias
Coleus
Dahlias
Impatiens
Lobelia
Marigolds
Pansies
Petunias
Snapdragons
Lady Bell peppers
Better Boy tomatoes
Hanging baskets (fuchsia, trailing petunias, or New Guinea impatiens)
Geraniums
New Guinea impatiens
Wave Petunias
Spikes Dracena
Vinca Vine
Potting soil (and, new this year, with Miracle-Gro!)

All orders must be prepaid by Saturday, April 6, since J.E. Mussig Greenhouses of Zelienople will be planting only what is preordered! There’s also an option for an early pick-up on Friday, May 17 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

And the book sale taking place alongside the flower sale is in need of volunteers and donations. Please bring any gently used books you wish to donate to the library starting on Saturday, April 13. Please, no textbooks, encyclopedias, or books in poor condition or missing covers.

For more information and flower sale order forms, contact Sue Pfeuffer at 412.341.8768 or the library at 412.563.2900.

A word about City real estate tax payment

Be sure to know that when using a credit card to pay your City real estate tax amount, there is a convenience fee of 2.39% that is charged by the Paymentus company that handles this transaction. Real estate taxes were billed in February; the gross amount is due on April 22, 2013, but a 2% discount will be taken if paid in full by March 31. For more information, contact the City’s Real Estate Office at 412.255.2525.

Tell it to the TALKPGH truck!

PLANPGH is introducing a 90-neighborhood mobile talk show named TALKPGH. In April, a truck outfitted to serve as a mobile talk show will drive to each of the City’s 90 neighborhoods to interview residents. They will be collecting stories, opinions, and thoughts about Pittsburgh and local neighborhoods. These interviews will then be compiled and made available online in a special feature presentation. Below is the schedule for each neighborhood in District 4:

Beechview: April 9, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Bon Air: April 10, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Brookline: April 9, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Carrick: April 20, 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Mt. Washington: April 8, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Overbrook: April 9, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Are you interested in helping out as a neighborhood liaison, or would you like to be interviewed for the show? Email info@talkpgh.com or call assistant producer Nina Sarnelle at 408.800.3176 (or call my office at 412.255.2131) to find out the liaison for your neighborhood. More information can be found at PLANPGH's website.

Women Business Leaders breakfast series events

Though women make up only 3% of American CEOs, we women do make great leaders, whether in community service, politics, academia, or business. Chatham University’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship is hosting a Women Business Leaders breakfast series this year, running through June. The next session will take place on Friday April 12 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., and featured will be Susan Gregg Koger, who is chief creative officer for ModCloth. The conversation will center around the theme of “Dresses and Success: Turning a Passion for Vintage into a Global Business.” The session costs $25 ($12.50 for students with a valid ID), and you can register online.

Carrick Athletic Association registration for baseball and softball

The 2013 baseball and softball season is coming up soon--registration for boys and girls ages 4-19 is at the Phillips Park Rec Center in Carrick on Saturday, March 23rd from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Block watches work!

If you are concerned about crime in your neighborhood, we encourage you to attend your neighborhood block watch meeting. There, you can learn how to organize your closest neighbors and meet people who may have dealt with similar issues elsewhere in the community. This is a chance to meet local officers, officials, and your own neighbors, and to speak up about problems you see and experience every day.

Carrick-Overbrook Block Watch
Monday, April 1, 2012, 7:00 p.m. at Concord Elementary (2350 Brownsville Rd)

Beechview Area Concerned Citizens & Beechview Block Watch
Thursday, April 4, 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. at Beechview United Presbyterian Church (1621 Broadway Ave)

Brookline Block Watch
Tuesday, April 9, 7:00 p.m. at Judge Jim Motznik's Office (736 Brookline Blvd)

The Pittsburgh Community Safety website is another fantastic resource for keeping tabs on your community. Sign up to receive public safety alerts in your police zone, and check out the virtual blotter. Need help? Check out the user guide.


HELP, WORK, DONATE, VOLUNTEER

Carrick Tree Tenders welcome you to come out for some fresh air!

The Carrick Tree Tenders have put some spring dates on the calendar and invite you to come out and join them for some pruning and sprucing. Jake, a representative from Tree Pittsburgh, will be assisting with Carrick’s trees this year as well. Some dates on the Tree Tenders’ schedule are:

Thursday, April 18, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 23, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 13, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 17, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

If you are interested in attending, and for information on where to meet up on any of these scheduled dates, please contact Joe Krynock at grizzly_joe@verizon.net or call my office at 412.255.2131.

Apprenticeships available

Plumbers
Heavy highway and railroad carpenters
Plasterers
Electrical workers
Operating engineers
Painters/Glaziers/Drywall finishers

Need help preparing your taxes this year?

Federal, state, and local income taxes are due on April 17 this year, and if you qualify for a refund, the sooner you get your tax documents in the mail, the sooner you could receive it! For those who may not be able to do their taxes on their own, the City of Pittsburgh and local partners are providing a free resource to help with tax preparation.

It’s called Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, an IRS program offered to the elderly, disabled individuals, or low and moderate income households (those earning less than $49,000 a year) to offer free tax preparation services for federal and state taxes, as well as rent and property rebates. VITA services will be offered downtown on the second floor of the City County Building between the hours of 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday beginning on February 4th. VITA will only help prepare one tax return per person, and when you come in for help you must bring a social security card for every person listed on the tax return. Walk-ins are welcome for this service. For more information on this program, call my office at (412) 255-2131.

You can also make arrangements for free tax preparation through the United Way’s Money In Your Pocket Coalition. If you are an individual who makes up to $20,000, or a household that makes up to $40,000, you can make an appointment for free assistance with your tax preparation. Last year, the United Way and its partner organizations, including Just Harvest, YMCA, Allegheny County, and others, helped to prepare more than 6,000 tax returns, delivering $10.6 million in tax refunds to Allegheny County residents. To make an appointment at one of their locations, or to learn more, call (412) 255-1155 or 2-1-1. There are locations downtown and across the city, including the Federal Building, Downtown YMCA, or the Carnegie Library in Squirrel Hill.

There is a lot of additional information about tax assistance at the Carnegie Library website: http://www.carnegielibrary.org/research/business/taxes.html.  As always, please don’t hesitate to contact my office about this or any other issue at (412) 255-2131.

American Cancer Society seeks volunteers for a prevention study

Fighting cancer is one of the largest battles of our time. To become part of the movement, you may be interested in joining a new research study called the Cancer Prevention Study-3. Participants must be between 30 and 65 years old and must not have had cancer in the past. To learn more, and to register for this study, visit the American Cancer Society website or call 1.888.604.5888.

Citiparks recruiting lifeguards for summer 2013

The Citiparks Aquatics Division is looking for lifeguards for this year’s summer season. If you know someone who is certified, or interested in obtaining certification, to work for Citiparks, contact the Aquatics Division Office at 412.323.7928.

South Hills Middle School looking for volunteers

South Hills Middle School is interested in having community members come to the school, located at 595 Crane Avenue, to assist with hall monitoring, cafeteria duty, students in the classroom, and clerical duties on a volunteer basis. Those interested in volunteering for work directly with children will have to acquire clearances, which will be paid for through the PTO. For more information, contact Carol Senft at csenft1@pghboe.net.

Citizens Against Litter coordinating “Spring Redd Up” clean-up event

It’s almost spring cleaning season! The Pittsburgh-based organization Citizens Against Litter will he holding a Spring Redd Up clean-up event on Saturday April 20, 2013. Citizens Against Litter hopes to recruit 15,000 volunteers to clean up trash throughout 200 neighborhoods for this event. Communities/groups and individuals interested in participating as volunteers are asked to contact Citizens Against Litter who will put them in touch with neighborhood Clean Pittsburgh Stewards. Contact boris.weinstein@verizon.net or call 412-688-9120.

Want to organize a spring redd-up in your neighborhood?

As part of the Great American Clean-Up, Allegheny CleanWays will provide you the resources you need to throw a spring clean-up in your neighborhood! Materials include gloves, bags, and safety materials. Allegheny CleanWays will also hold workshops on how to organize a spring clean-up. For a schedule of workshops, and to register, go to their website or call Allegheny CleanWays at 412.381.1301. Check here for more information about the Great PA Clean-Up.

Citiparks BIG League Sports will need seasonal employees

The summer baseball/softball season will soon be upon us, and Citiparks is looking for seasonal employees for May-August! Applicants must live in the City, have a driver’s license, be available on weekends and evenings (30-40 hours a week), and receive their child abuse and criminal clearances. The positions are for monitors, whose tasks will be to keep score, interpret the rules as situations arise, do daily field preparations, and some light office work. If interested, call the BIG League office at 412.488.8585 or send your resume to michelle.aul@pittsburghpa.gov.

Employment opportunities with the City of Pittsburgh

The City of Pittsburgh invites all individuals seeking employment to apply online using their website at www.pghjobs.net. Click on the Online Employment Center button to view current job openings and register in the online employment system. If you don’t have access to a computer with Internet capabilities, visit the City’s Online Employment Center at 414 Grant Street, City-County Building, Fourth Floor, or call for Employment Application information at 412.255.2710.

Meals on Wheels needs drivers and kitchen help

The Carrick, Beechview, Hilltop/Mt. Washington, and Arlington Meals on Wheels programs are in need of volunteer drivers, visitors and kitchen help Monday through Friday. Volunteering requires a one and a half hour commitment for drivers and visitors and a three hour commitment for kitchen helpers once a week or as needed.

Carrick: For an application, call the kitchen at 412.881.0990 between 8:00 a.m. and Noon or stop by the kitchen at Concord Presbyterian Church (1907 Brownsville Rd.) from 8:30 a.m. to Noon.

Beechview: The Beechview Meals on Wheels kitchen is at St. Pamphilus Church (1000 Tropical Ave., 15216). To get involved, call 412.343.5455.

Hilltop/Mt. Washington: Including Allentown and Beltzhoover, the Hilltop/Mt. Washington Meals on Wheels kitchen is located at 631 E. Warrington Ave. Please call 412.481.1434.

Arlington: Serving the communities of Arlington, Mt. Oliver, Bon Air, and the Southside Slopes. Located at the Henry Kaufman Center at 2201 Salisbury Street. Please call 412.381.7727.


EVENTS

South Pittsburgh Development Corporation (SPDC) Meeting
Monday, March 18, 7:00 p.m. at the Brookline United Presbyterian Church (1036 Brookline Blvd)

Zone 3 Police Public Safety Meeting
Wednesday, March 20, 6:00 p.m. at the Accamando Center (2410 Saw Mill Run Blvd)

Mount Washington CDC Community Forum
Thursday, March 21, 7:00 p.m. at Mt. Washington Senior Center (122 Virginia Ave)

Brownsville Road Improvements Community Open House
Monday, March 25, 6:00 p.m. at Carrick High School Gymnasium (125 Parkfield St)

Brookline Area Community Council
Monday, March 25, 7:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (933 Brookline Blvd)

Overbrook Community Council Meeting
Tuesday, March 26, 7:00 p.m. at the Overbrook Firehouse/Accamando Center (Rt. 51 across from Maytide)

Beechview Merchants Association Meeting
Wednesday, March 27, 7:00 p.m. at the Beechview Merchants Association Office (1553 Broadway Ave)

Carrick-Overbrook Block Watch
Monday, April 1, 2012, 7:00 p.m. at Concord Elementary (2350 Brownsville Rd)

Beechview Area Concerned Citizens & Beechview Block Watch
Thursday, April 4, 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. at Beechview United Presbyterian Church (1621 Broadway Ave)

Brookline Chamber of Commerce Meeting
Monday, April 8, 5:45 p.m. at CLP Brookline (708 Brookline Boulevard)

Brookline Block Watch
Tuesday, April 9, 7:00 p.m. at Judge Jim Motznik's Office (736 Brookline Blvd)

CLUB Spaghetti Warehouse fundraiser dinner
Friday, April 12, 5:00 p.m. at Beechview Senior Center (1555 Beechview Ave)

Brookline Little League Parade
Saturday, April 13, 1:00 p.m. at Beechview Senior Center (1555 Beechview Ave)

South Pittsburgh Development Corporation (SPDC) Meeting
Monday, April 15, 7:00 p.m. at the Brookline United Presbyterian Church (1036 Brookline Blvd)

Carrick Tree Tending
Thursday, April 18, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Carrick Tree Tending
Thursday, May 23, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Carrick Tree Tending
Thursday, June 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Carrick Tree Tending
Saturday, July 13, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Carrick Tree Tending
Saturday, August 17, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


 

Improving our neighborhoods and keeping them great is a process that requires involvement from people like you. Be active, and join us at any of the following events or meetings. We can't do it without you! If you have questions about any of these events, feel free to give our office a call at 412.255.2131.

Published:
Friday, March 15, 2013
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